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Sindh Human Rights Dept official goes missing in Karachi

The Express Tribune,Pakistan By  sameer mandhro  Jan.11,2020 Murad Ali Shah asks state institutions to come forward if Badar Jamil Mandhro was detained by them KARACHI:  The secretary general of the Sindh Human Rights Department, Dr Badar Jamil Mandhro, has been missing since Friday evening, prompting fears that he has been abducted. Speaking to  The Express Tribune , his brother Javed Mandhro said Badar Jamil left his house in Clifton, Karachi for work on Friday and has not been heard from since. “His number is off. There is no contact with him or his driver,” he added. Sindh Police is investigating the matter, while Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has also taken notice of the incident and sought a report from Inspector General Dr Syed Kaleem Imam and Anti-Corruption Establishment Chairman Muhammad Waseem. The chief minister has also instructed state institutions to come forward if they have taken Jamil into custody. It may be mentioned here that Mandhro is under investigation by the Na

The Only Way to End ‘Endless War’

Opinion First, America has to give up its pursuit of global dominance. By  Stephen Wertheim Dr. Wertheim is a historian who writes about American foreign policy. “We have got to put an end to endless war,” declared Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Ind., during the Democratic presidential primary debate on Thursday. It was a surefire applause line: Many peopleconsider “endless war” to be the central problem for American foreign policy. Even President Trump, the target of Mr. Buttigieg’s attack, seems to agree. “Great nations do not fight endless wars,” he announced in his latest State of the Union. But vowing to end America’s interminable military adventures doesn’t make it so. Four years ago, President Barack Obama  denounced  “the idea of endless war” even as he announced that ground troops would remain in Afghanistan. In his last year in office, the United States  dropped an estimated 26,172 bombs on seven countries . President Trump, despite criticizing Middle East wars, has inte

BLF has taken the responsibility of hand grenade in Turbat

Jan 11, 2020 (Current Balochistan( Balochistan Liberation Front spokesman Major Gwahram Baloch claimed responsibility for the hand grenade attack and said that last night a hand grenade was targeted to Dr Hamid's house in sangani'sar kech, who is totally involved with Pakistani army and intelligence agencies. our fighters threw two hand grenades at the Death Squad hideout under the supervision of Dr. Hamid in Sangani'Sar Head, the shelter of death squad personnel and surrendered men. The spokesman said that Dr. Hamid is directly related to the death squads established under the state patronage. He has previously been warned to abandon his Baloch enemy activities but he did not. He said that five years ago, the government arrested Dr Hamid in Dushanbe for suspicious activities, after questioning and warning he was released on condition that he would not be a part of state aid while he was still fighting crime. And Pakistani establishment is supporting the army on crimes agai